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. and by the corporation for public broadcasting. major funding is provided by the john d. and catherine t. macarthur foundation, committed to building a more just, verdant, and peaceful world. and by reva and david logan, committed to investigative journalism as the guardian of the public interest. additional funding is provided by the park foundation, dedicated to heightening public awareness of critical issues. and by the frontline journalism fund. ( helicopter blades whirring ) >> tonight, i can report to the american people and to the world that the united states has conducted an operation that killed osama bin laden, the leader of al qaeda, and a terrorist who's responsible for the murder of thousands of innocent men, women, and children. ( cheering ) ( explosion ) >> go, go, go, go, go! >> narrator: on may 2, 2011, us special operations forces killed the world's most wanted man in a raid on a house in pakistan. the operation gave the world a glimpse into a vast and secret campaign being waged by the united states. it's known as the kill/capture program. >> all right, spot on 1-6-0. ( exp
of washington, d.c. house speaker john boehner, i guess you could say is finding out the hard way that a stiff drink and round of golf just isn't going to solve this problem. the speaker is politically hog-tied in his own caucus. he doesn't have the votes. the american people are now witnessing the hourglass being turned on the american economy. going to be a lot of losers if they don't get it together. disaster looms and the tea partiers just don't seem to give a damn. a vote on boehner's bill was scheduled for 6:15 tonight. it never happened. boehner is still trying to strong arm the tea party membership of his caucus into doing some kind of a deal to move it over to the senate. congressman louie gomer left boehner's office and said he was "a bloodied and beaten no." so what are we witnessing here right now, folks? this is a major victory for the tea partiers. them holding out and not falling prey to the horse trading that takes place in washington from time to time when it comes to doing deals is changed. that has been brought to washington by a group of radicals and the american taxpayers,
this building. john d. rockefeller jr. leased this land, this building on is before the stock market crash gave us the great depression back in 1929. but rockefeller moved ahead with his project despite his partner's dropping out. this guy could have taken his money and saved it until the country was in better economic conditions. instead, he didn't. he used the money on the largest private building project ever at that time. and he put his trust in these guys, famous picture, american workers. these 11 men were sitting 66 stories above where i am right now. during the worst economic conditions in our history, they worked hard and earned a living because there was an unselfish american named john d. rockefeller jr. he took a chance on the american worker and said we've got to get this done. and rockefeller center became an economic engine for new york. it still is today. you see those crowds around the big christmas tree every year. it's a tradition. america has been through tough times in the past and in those times, we relied on the most fortunate americans to do the right thing. who's going
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legislation. the figure is an amalgam. this was the 1890's. this is probably a combination of john d. rockefeller and jay gould and jpmorgan. he is a big player. he has bags of money. he has stuffed the ballot box. his factories are belching away, going full tilt, because somehow he has gotten favors. there is the money. he is holding it. not just that, he has an open book. he has studied at to figure out how to fool government. opposite him is a poor young laborer with nothing to do. his factories are idle. the wall is falling down. how do you counterbalance that? on the opposite side, on the right of the entrance to the main reading room, you have a figure of good government. it is accomplished through knowledge-based democracy. there, the figure of government has an open book in her lap. she is informed. everything is in balance. she is a very respectable figure versus the one before. on the right is a figure of a young voter with books under his arm. he is going to cast his ballot, having reformed himself. opposite is a young woman holding and are not with golden grain pouring ou
of the 1890's. this is probably a combination of john d. rockefeller and jay gould and jpmorgan. he is a player, a big player. he has bags of money. he had stuffed the ballot box. its factories are shown bolting away at full tilt because he has some tax -- somehow gotten favors. but not just that, he has an open back in his lap. he had studied at to find out how to fool people. opposite him are the young labor -- is the young laborer with nothing to do in his factories. the idle on the wall is falling down, so how do you counter balance that? >> on the opposite side, on the right to the meat -- the entrance to the main reading room you have the figure of government. it is knowledge-based democracy. so there, the figure of government has an open book in her lap. she is informed. and everything is in balance. she is a respectable figure. and on the right is the figure of a young voter with books under his arm. he is going to cast his ballot having informed himself and there is an officer with grain and she is separating the wheat from the chaff of elected officials. and holding a bala
broadcasting. major funding is provided by the john d. and catherine t. macarthur foundation. committed to building a more just, verdant, and peaceful world. and by reva and david logan. committed to investigative journalism as the guardian of the public interest. additional funding is provided by the park foundation. dedicated to heightening public awareness of critical issues. and by the frontline journalism fund with a grant from scott nathan and laura debonis. pt >> narrator: july 1997, the naval station in norfolk, virginia. a sailor, william bosko, had just returned from sea. eager to see his new wife, he rushed home to this apartment complex. what he found inside horrified him. he ran next door to his neighbor, danial williams. >> william bosko came over, beating on my door, yelling frantically that his wife was dead. and i grabbed my phone, called 9-1-1, and went to see what... how i could help. >> you are clear. 8-8-14, clear. >> narrator: the police arrived minutes later. there was no forced entry. the apartment was clean and tidy, except for the bedroom, where michelle moore-
by the john d. and catherine t. macarthur foundation. committed to building a more just, verdant, and peaceful world. and by reva and david logan. committed to investigative journalism as the guardian of the public interest. additional funding is provided by the park foundation. dedicated to heightening public awareness of critical issues. and by the frontline journalism fund. >> smith: in late 2009, an army intelligence analyst stationed in eastern iraq logged onto a classified server. >> you see all those people standing down there? >> that's a weapon. >> yeah. >> smith: he opened a file that had been flagged by army lawyers. >> ...have five to six individuals with ak-47s. request permission to engage. >> smith: it was footage taken from a us army helicopter gunship. >> light them all up. >> come on, fire. ( machine gun fire ) >> hey, roger! ( machine gun fire ) >> keep shooting. ( machine gun fire ) >> keep shooting. ( machine gun fire ) >> all right, we just engaged all eight individuals. >> oh, yeah. look at all those dead bastards. >> smith: very soon after, daniel domscheit-berg, who wa
is not only losing its followers, but its special place in irish society. john t.d. retired as bishop of cloying -- john mehdi retired as bishop of cloying last year. in his retirement saving the city could have done more for the victims of abuse and he was sorry. -- in his retirement, he said he could have done more for the victims of abuse and he was sorry. >> here are the latest headlines at this hour. according to a bomb blast in the city of mumbai killed at least 20 people and wounded many others. >> rupert murdoch has withdrawn his controversial bid for a full takeover of the sky be. -- bskyb. >> the scandal in the u.k. has prompted a review of journalism practiced across rupert murdoch's businesses on the other side of the world. >> and rupert murdoch's australian group is called news ltd. and its chief executive, john hartigan, has written to all staff members here in australia saying there will be a thorough internal review of all editorial expenditure in the past three years. the point of the review apparently is to make sure the payments were legitimate. it is clearly an i
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been sentenced to death. adolf eichmann and john d.e.m. i can't think yuck. his sentence was overturned by the court. demjanjuk. >> rose: he's still ive isn't he? >> he sur is. there's a debate in israel should the death sentence... if the high court doesn't accept his appeal, doesn't overturn the conviction, should the death sentence be carried snout people appealed to ben-gurion don't do it, don't do it. ben-gurion is against the death sentence in general but there's enough... the famous philosopher all come and say don't do it. and ben-gurion deces it should be done. he's not going to say to th president overturn h. and then the president decides that... he refuses to give... grant him clemeyand eichmann is hung, the only person in the history of the state of israel who's ever been hung. >> rose: there are two people i'm interested in. >> of course. when i today people i'm writing this book some said "i'm writing a book on eichmann and they said what about hannah snrp they're joined at the hip." >> what about hannah around. the banalty of evil. >> hannah around was a student in germa
around 7% of mexican gdp, which would be roughly three times what john d. rockefeller concentrated in 1911 on the eve of the breakup of standard oil, in other words, three times more. but more interestingly, slim has, slim's net worth is greater than the net worth of the following 20 mexican magnates. it's as if, let's say, gates had more money than buffett and the balkans and the next 15 altogether. which is obviously not the case. the concentration is such that it's almost unfathomable which is why we always say, and rightly so, mexican business committee is made out of two parts. slim and the rest. and also id into the issue in this chapter about the tremendous reluctance for conflict, to any kind of ideological or personal confrontation. recall an anecdote in 1989 when they were trying to build his party after the 88 electoral defeat and fraud, and many of us were helping him trying to at least oversee the polls in local elections, and i tell the story of common friend of ours, we went to polling and election held just outside of mexico city, and we were there sort of watching
it yees for hackers using obvious passwords like john d. or wildman. some use the password password. mario armstrong has tips on how to make your computer password more secure. mar mario, good to see you as always. we all have about 20 passwords we have to log into. can we start with simply the longer the password the better? >> the longer the password is absolutely better, man. this is really, really important. so much identity theft can happen so easily from having the wrong password. here's the bottom line. georgia institute of technology researchers found they could crack an eight character password in two hours. but for a 12 character password, the same process would take 17,134 years. so i say, go with at least a ten character password or more to be safe. >> that is a good tip. the other thing, a lot of us just use letters and numbers. that's a bad idea? >> yeah. because there's only 26 letters in the alphabet and numbers, there's only but so many you're going to use in a password, one through all the way up to nine and zero. you want to use numbers, letters and symbols, but also, up
be roughly three times what john d. rockefeller concentrated in 1911 on the eve of the breakup of standard oil, three times more, but more interestingly slam has -- / net worth is greater than the net worth of the following 20 mexican magnates or fat cats. it is as if, let's say, gates had more money than buffett and the wall nice and the next 15 altogether, which is obviously not the case. the concentration is such that it is almost unfathomable which is why we always say it rightly so. mexican business community is made of two parts, slim and the rest. i get into the issue in this chapter of the tremendous reluctance because of this aversion to conflict to any kind of ideological or personal confrontation. trying to bert -- built his party after the 88 electoral defeat in fraud. many of us for helping him try to at least oversee the polls in local elections. i tell the story of the common friend of ours. we went to a polling and the elections held just outside mexico city. we were there watching to see. britain still too many votes. some, but not too many. we were there. at the end of th
and it was the same gun that he used later to kill himself? >> that is an apocryphal story started by john d. cassel. hemingway shot himself with a pistol that belonged to his own father and after is death hemingway asked his mother please send him the pistol. he wanted to have it. to own that relic of his father. downhill in key west when it arrived, inside was a painting of her, a birthday cake which had been very long time and had none and destroys the canvas. and a pistol his father used to commit suicide with. that was -- horrified by this whole thing and wrote a story about it and hemingway never bothered to say it was a much better story the other way around that he actually asked his mother for that gun. he did not use that gun to commit suicide. he used a shotgun which his own sun wisely cut up and buried and destroyed. if you want to read something that is very poignant that relates to that, a scene in "for whom the bell tolls," his father committed suicide and jordan goes up mountains in montana and drops that gun into a lake. upon the pass in the mountains. that probably is why hemingway
made from the mayors office and d.c. yf. i think john osaki mentioned it before. getting people to come together for the betterment of the community not for their department or organization >> one thing cheryl brings up. what i like to tell people. we have the very difficult task the balancing the public's expectation of today. they don't want to hear about the long-term strategies to make sure this isn't popping up next summer. it allows us to front load. we have turf issues. they are not in the western edition. they are among cv o. check the egoes at the door. they are costing us the lives of the young people. it requires us to have the will to come together to say enough is enough. >> i am on is this gun buy back. anything, any sense in your organization of any plans for any future coordination efforts? >> there are discussions about the gun buy backs. we have to deal with the issue of access to firearms. while i think that particular program is important, i think we need to go back to ernie's point. what are we doing about the overwhelming access to the guns. it's just one of the s
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